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KMER: is that a correct sample output?

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while creating k-mers the first one in normal lexicographic order would be AAAA. And it's present 3 times in the DNA. Although the first number in sample output is 4. Is it using different chars order, or I've missed something with problem specification?
from Serhiy · 5 years & 12 days ago · · 4 comments
Excuse me - no more questions
from Serhiy Semenyuk · 5 years & 12 days ago · Flag as inappropriate
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from Nikolay Vyahhi · 5 years & 12 days ago · Flag as inappropriate
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ok now i have the same question. specially since i get the same output as the sample but my output for test set is rejected.
from anonymous · 4 years & 357 days ago · Flag as inappropriate
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4 is the correct count for AAAA in the example. "AAAAA" appears on line 6. and it counts as two AAAA's. Maybe that is why the count is thought to be 3.
from Chi-Cheng Lin · 4 years & 181 days ago · Flag as inappropriate
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